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The Daily Ardmoreite
  • Downtown burglary interrupted by Ardmore law enforcement

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  • An Ardmore police of­ficer interrupted an early morning burglary Friday at a downtown business.
     
    APD reports indicate Officer John Johnson re­sponded to a burglar alarm call shortly after midnight in the 300 block of South Washington Street. John­son noted the doors and windows of the building were “intact” and “locked.” But a further check of a storage building located on the property uncovered Omero Deigo Flores.
     
    Flores was arrested without incident and booked into the Carter County Detention Center pending a series of charges ranging from public intox­ication and possession of marijuana to possession of burglar implements and burglary.
     
    Just hours after his ar­rest, a felony second-de­gree burglary charge was filed against Flores by the district attorney’s office. The charge accuses the 38-year-old man of “re­moving screws holding the latch on the door .... with the intent to steal property ....” Prosecutors also added a misdemeanor public intoxication charge to the to case.
     
    Flores made an initial appearance before Special District Judge Thomas Baldwin in Carter County District Court Friday af­ternoon. Bond was set at $50,000. A preliminary conference is scheduled for Sept. 2.
     
    A check of CCDC re­cords Saturday showed Flores remained detained pending the posting of bond.

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